AT&T has seen no evidence of cord-cutting in its U-verse video service because of customers making a move to
Web-based streaming services, the telecom's Jeff Weber told an analyst conference Wednesday. Weber referred to so-called over-the-top services as "complementary" to AT&T's Internet and TV offerings. He left the door open for providing OTT service outside of the U-verse model but dubbed it a lesser priority. Weber also commented on soaring programming costs, saying AT&T was "very open" to trying a la carte menus but adding, "I think it is a really tough nut to crack."